A well-designed dehumidification system will improve product quality, save energy and protect process equipment.
While some level of moisture may be considered desirable, when moisture is excessive, potential negative effects can occur. In some circumstances, the moisture content of air has no ill effects. In other cases, moisture levels may be moderated sufficiently by air conditioning - cooling - so that little harm results. With process parameters tightening, demand for ventilation air increasing and the drive for quality and productivity accelerating, engineers are finding it necessary to design for both dimensions of air: temperature and moisture.